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Student experiences with wonder through higher education.
The purpose of this study is to understand the process by which students engage with wonder through experiences in higher education. Wonder as an emotion and practice has been studied extensively from a theoretical, ...
Diversity in students’ personal networks : an egocentric network analysis of diversity’s role in student thriving.
Racial and ethnic diversity has previously been linked with a multitude of positive benefits in business, K-12 education, higher education, and in communities. Additionally, The Thriving Quotient is a mechanism for better ...
A case study of how and if a professional development model based on the TPACK framework builds teachers’ capacity for technology integration.
Digital technologies are prevalent in society and K-12 classrooms today and the belief that educational technology can be a transformative agent of change in education is ever increasing. However, the use of technology as ...
Using structural equation modeling to examine the relationships between environmental characteristics, intrapersonal characteristics, and adult numeracy achievement.
Quantitative literacy or numeracy skills are increasingly important at every level in a knowledge-based society. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships between numeracy achievement, environmental ...
Teaching children with autism spectrum disorder to engage in reciprocal conversations using text-message prompting.
Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often have difficulties maintaining conversations. Although there are several established interventions which target initiations and responses to questions made by others, ...